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A coastal low will bring cloudy skies and cool temperatures to Metro Atlanta this weekend.
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Temperatures remain below average for the first half of the week.
Afternoon temperatures will trend 10 degrees below average through Friday.
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Spotty off and on rain showers will make their way through the region this weekend.
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Thursday morning featured a fiery red sunrise over Metro Atlanta as rain clouds move back into the region.
Scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will arrive late Thursday morning and linger through Friday.
Temperatures will gradually climb into the mid 70s through the week.
Afternoon temperatures will drop into the 40s and 50s for Saturday and Sunday.
A few pop up rain showers are possible this evening, but the heavier rain will hold off until this weekend.
Afternoon temperatures will climb into the mid-80s this week before our next rain system arrives, dropping highs into the low-40s to mid-50s.
A line of heavy rain and thunderstorms will roll through Saturday morning, but it won't rain out the entire weekend.